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Enhance Skin Health: Effective Habits and Non-Invasive Procedures


If your skin needs a boost or reset, don’t fret because it’s possible!   

The skin’s moisture barrier comprises cholesterol, fatty acids and ceramides. They keep the moisture locked into the skin.  

When you don’t take good care of that barrier, your skin loses the ability to hold on to that moisture, creating skin problems—for example, dry patches.   

Fortunately, the skin can be repaired even after being damaged. Depending on the person’s skin and how they choose to fix it, it can take 24 hours to days or weeks, but in the end, it will benefit you. Also, know that there are alternatives, such as non-surgical procedures.  

Keep reading and see how both can give you your desired skin goals.  

Healthy Habits  

There are habits one does that can harm the body, but they don’t show up until it becomes serious. So, it’s good to keep track of how you’re balancing these habits or creating better ones for yourself.  

Below there are some that you can start incorporating into your lifestyle.   


It’s important to keep the body hydrated by drinking enough water.   

Some of these benefits include:  

  • Faster Healing 
  • Reduced Puffiness  
  • Improved Complexion  
  • Fewer Wrinkles  
  • Elasticity/ Tighter Skin  
  • pH Balance  

Eat healthily

Keeping a balanced diet is another habit that would benefit your skin. The good news is that the skin loves many components, so choosing from various foods is good.   

  • Vitamins (A, B2, B3, B6, C, D, E, Zinc, Selenium)  
  • Antioxidants  
  • Minerals  


Everyone knows that the recommended duration of sleep is eight hours per night. But why?  

Sleep has proven to be very beneficial for the body and skin. Having a good night’s sleep reduces inflammation. It also regenerates skin cells and can help the skin absorb your serums better 

Here on some tips to get a good sleep routine:  

  • Limit your day naps 
  • Get off your phone/TV/laptop screen two or one hours before sleeping  
  • Reduce your caffeine intake  


Being active isn’t just healthy for weight loss or gaining muscles; it also benefits your skin.  

  • Improved Blood Flow 
  • Removed toxins from the skin  
  • Nourishes the cells  

Saunas & Cold Tubs 

Saunas and cold tubs offer a range of benefits for healthy skin. Saunas, known for their heat and humidity, help to open pores and promote deep cleansing by inducing sweat.  

This process helps to eliminate toxins, dirt, and impurities from the skin, resulting in a clearer complexion. Additionally, the heat from saunas promotes increased blood circulation, which nourishes the skin cells and enhances their overall health.  

As a result, regular sauna sessions can contribute to a more radiant and rejuvenated appearance. 

On the other hand, cold tubs, or cold-water immersion, provide unique benefits to the skin.  

Cold temperatures help to constrict blood vessels, reducing inflammation and minimizing the appearance of pores. This can lead to a smoother and more even skin texture.  

Cold tubs also promote vasoconstriction, which can reduce puffiness and under-eye bags, resulting in a refreshed and revitalized look.  

Furthermore, the cold temperature stimulates the production of collagen, a protein that maintains skin elasticity, leading to firmer and more youthful skin over time. 


Having a good skincare routine is also very beneficial for your skin. Whether it’s a daytime or nighttime routine or both, it helps your skin improve its state.  

Here are some good products to look for when starting your skincare journey:  


After washing your face, applying moisturiser helps to keep the skin hydrated. Massaging your face when applying it helps blood circulation and generates new cells.  


Face serums are designed to nourish your skin because they contain different active ingredients that are powerful to target specific skincare concerns. For example, they can reduce the visibility of fine lines, scars, and hyperpigmentation or make your skin glow by producing more collagen.   


No other product besides SPF protects your skin from the UV rays that the sun emits and can severely damage your skin.   

Here is how SPF protects the skin:  

  • Reduces the risk of Skin Cancer  
  • Prevents Sunburns  
  • Prevents Wrinkles from the sun  
  • Prevents hyperpigmentation: such as sunspots that can develop on the face  
  • Stops DNA damage 

Non-Surgical Procedures  

If you want a bit more than just incorporating healthy skin habits, it’s also a good option to consider non-surgical procedures.  

Brow Lifts 

Because the eyebrow really expresses what you’re trying to communicate, it’s one of the first facial features that can show signs of ageing.  

How to lift eyebrows without surgical procedures?  

This involves using Botox or fillers to be injected and will last several months.  

BoNT Injections  

These injections contain a protein that blocks nerve signals to weaken targeted muscle groups. They’re applied to facial muscles to smooth and soften wrinkles and lines such as crow’s feet, bunny lines and frown lines.  

Profhilo Treatment  

This is a new anti-ageing treatment where hyaluronic acid is injected into the skin. Besides your face, it can be injected into the neck, hands and other body parts. It helps to improve the firmness and hydration of the skin that has shown noticeable signs of ageing.

Note: Two treatment sessions are recommended and carried out four weeks apart.  

When you begin to integrate healthy habits, your skin will thrive. And even if you decide on a non-surgical procedure, remember that this requires consistency and daily commitment for the benefits to keep showing up.   

It’s time to take control of your skincare and benefit from how you feel and look!